An abortion provider Is on trial: Where's the media coverage?
Until late last week, much of the national media was silent as testimony about Gosnell's alleged "house of horrors" abortion clinic rolled out.
Ghetto's final hours revealed in diary 70 years after Holocaust
A makeshift diary scribbled on five pages of graph paper by an unidentified young woman hiding in a bunker as the Nazis closed in on what remained of the Warsaw Ghetto is the first real glimpse into the daily lives of about 40,000 Jews hiding in bunkers as the ghetto burnt above them.
VIDEO: 'Ridiculously photogenic jiu-jitsu guy' talks memes, martial arts
A photograph of a jiu-jitsui instructor from San Diego became an Internet sensation titled "Ridiculously Photogenic Jiu-Jitsui Guy."
Unmarried couples living together is new norm, U.S. study says
Three of four women in the United States have lived with a partner without being married by age 30, an increasing trend that suggests cohabitation is now a regular part of family life, researchers said.
Instagram beauty contests worry parents, child privacy advocates
The photo-sharing site Instagram has become wildly popular as a way to trade pictures of pets and friends. But a new trend on the site is making parents cringe: beauty pageants, in which thousands of young girls — many appearing no older than 12 or 13 — submit photographs of themselves for others to judge.
Tweet calls out "manatee" label on plus-size dress; Target apologizes
Twitter user Susan Clemens (@suZen) posted a screen grab from Target's website showing a plus sizer dress in "Manatee Gray." The tweet went viral, prompting an apology from Target for what they called the "unintentional oversight."
Crabs supersized by carbon pollution
Crabs are bulking up on carbon pollution that pours out of power plants, factories and vehicles and settles in the oceans, turning the tough crustaceans into even more fearsome predators.
Teaching robot a hit with autistic students
NAO is “a fully interactive, versatile, fun and continuously evolving humanoid robot able to host educative, entertaining and daily-life assistance applications.”
Toyota 4Runner has old-school toughness
If you're someone who wants a vehicle that can truly go off-roading, one of the best 4x4s in the world is the Toyota Land Cruiser.
Tea grows a reputation for healthfulness
A growing body of research suggests that tea, the world's second-most-consumed beverage — only water is more popular — helps prevent cardiovascular disease, burn calories and ward off some types of cancer.
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